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Event name: Werribee Victoria Large Animal Rescue
Event summary: Equestrian Victoria and the Queensland Horse Council present the QHC Large Animal Rescue Roadshow.
Event details: 83% of people admit they would risk their own lives to save their animals, no matter how impossibly those animals are trapped. BUT a trapped horse can KILL you!!!

Avoid becoming a statistic AND prevent your trapped horse from being strangled, drowned or dropped, or severely injured by incorrect rescue techniques.

Learn what you should do - and not do - if your horse is trapped in mud, floodwater, a ditch or gully, septic tank or swimming pool or an overturned horse float.

Learn how emergency responders should safely use the large surface area and skeletal strength of the horse's torso to prevent injury and increase the chance of a successful rescue.



DETAILS
Where: Equestrian Victoria, Werribee NEC, 170 K Road, Vic 3030
When: Tuesday 15 April 2014
Time: 8.30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Cost: $125 includes morning tea & lunch
Contact: Karen Amore
Phone: 03 9908 370303 9908 3703
Email: eventing@equestrianvictoria.com.au

Click here for the Event Flyer and Registration Form

The QHC would like to thank DRT Logistics for their support of this event.



Event location: Werribee NEC
170 K Road
WERRIBEE VIC  3030
Start date: 15/04/2014 8:30:00 AM
End date:
Capacity:
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